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A proposed model of psychodynamic psychotherapy linked to Erik Erikson's eight stages of psychosocial development.
  • Z. Knight
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Clinical psychology & psychotherapy
  • 1 September 2017
Just as Freud used stages of psychosexual development to ground his model of psychoanalysis, it is possible to do the same with Erik Erikson's stages of development with regards to a model ofExpand
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Black client, white therapist: Working with race in psychoanalytic psychotherapy in South Africa
  • Z. Knight
  • Sociology, Medicine
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1 February 2013
In post‐apartheid South Africa we speak about race extensively. It permeates our workplace, weaves a thread through the fabric of our professional and personal lives, as well as our privateExpand
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Some thoughts on the psychological roots of the behavior of serial killers as narcissists: An object relations perspective
In this article the definition and context of serial murder is documented. The main theoretical framework adopted is object relations theories which have been particularly renowned for drawing closeExpand
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The use of the 'corrective emotional experience' and the search for the bad object in psychotherapy.
  • Z. Knight
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • American journal of psychotherapy
  • 2005
In this article the classical concept and the use of the 'corrective emotional experience' in psychotherapy is described. This concept is not widely accepted within the standpoint of contemporaryExpand
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Intersubjectivity and the Schizophrenic Experience: A Hermeneutic Phenomenoiogicai Exploration
The motivation for this article grew out of work done by Lysaker, Johannesen, and Lysaker (2005), which explores the experience of being as a person with schizophrenia in relation to otherExpand
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Conceptual Considerations regarding Self-Disclosure: A Relational Psychoanalytic Perspective
Postmodernism opens up a new way of thinking about how life is understood and how knowledge is structured, and as such, it demands that one must accept that there have been major shifts inExpand
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Sexually motivated serial killers and the psychology of aggression and “evil” within a contemporary psychoanalytical perspective
Abstract This theoretical paper explores the concept of evil, dislodged from its philosophical and religious underpinnings, and the concept of aggression from within a contemporary psychoanalyticalExpand
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Living under lockdown in the shadow of the COVID-19 pandemic in South Africa: anxious voices from the unplanned shift to online therapy
  • Z. Knight
  • Medicine
  • Research in psychotherapy
  • 31 December 2020
This paper is a narrative, phenomenological description of the themes of experiences of some of my South African patients that collectively elicit anxious voices from the unplanned shift to onlineExpand
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Patients' Coaching Behaviours, Transference Testing and the Corrective Emotional Experience: Transcending the Self in Psychotherapy
This article is broadly based within a psychodynamic approach to psychotherapy, drawing on object relations theories and, more specifically, on an object relations model outlined by Frank Summers,Expand
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The Experience of Being Diagnosed with a Psychiatric Disorder: Living the Label
Informed by the investigative thrust of phenomenological inquiry and the ‘phenomenology of intersubjectivity’, the overarching aim of this article is to provide an accurate illumination of theExpand
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